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  1. How To Use PhotoShop Layers In Final Cut Pro (MacMost #1873)2019/03/15
    View in HD at . If you want to use complex graphics or create an animation in Final Cut Pro, you can build your image in Photoshop or another advanced image editing app that supports layers. You can then import that layered document into Final Cut Pro and access the layers. You can apply changes and effects to each layer, or use them to animate portions of the images.
  2. How To Split and Merge PDF Documents In Preview (MacMost #1872)2019/03/14
    View in HD at . You can copy pages in a PDF document in Preview and paste them to get a new document with only the pages you want. You can split a PDF into two or more smaller documents. You can also merge documents by dragging pages from one document into another.
  3. Why Are There Two Applications Folders? (MacMost #1871)2019/03/13
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  4. How To Control Website Notifications (MacMost #1870)2019/03/12
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  5. Using Animated GIFs In Keynote Presentations (MacMost #1869)2019/03/11
    View in HD at . Many people don't realize that you can use animated GIF images in Keynote presentations without doing anything special. You can just drag and drop them straight from a website or file. You can then set them to loop, start immediately and even trim the animation.
  6. Creating a System Report With EtreCheck (MacMost #1868)2019/03/08
    View in HD at . If you are getting online help from a source you trust, you can help them by providing a system report generated from the third-party app EtreCheck. This report includes many details about your hardware and software that can help someone help you.
  7. Treating the Mac App Store As a Cloud Service (MacMost #1867)2019/03/07
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  8. Taking RAW Photos With Your iPhone (MacMost #1866)2019/03/06
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  9. Resetting Your Mac's NVRAM and SMC (MacMost #1865)2019/03/05
    View in HD at . Resetting the Non-Volatile memory and System Management Controller is one way to troubleshoot problems with your Mac. But the methods for resetting those have changed with the latest hardware which include T2 chips. Most users will never have to deal with these, but if you do, learn Apple's recommended method for resetting these.
  10. What Is 5G? (MacMost #1864)2019/03/04
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  11. Adding Printers To Your Dock (MacMost #1863)2019/03/01
    View in HD at . You can add printer icons to the Dock to make it easier to print documents with drag-and-drop. You can also quickly access the printer cue and settings. This is particularly handy if you work with multiple printers.
  12. Create Reusable Text With Text Clippings (MacMost #1862)2019/02/28
    View in HD at . Text Clippings are little files you create using drag-and-drop. Once you have a text clipping, you can drag-and-drop or copy-and-paste it back into another document. You can organize your text clippings in the Finder. They are particularly useful because they retain text styling.
  13. Free iPhone Ringtones Revisited (MacMost #1861)2019/02/27
    View in HD at . Back in 2008 we created a huge set of 250 free iPhone ringtones for people to download and use on their iPhones. The page has been updated to put all of the ringtones in one huge list, make it easy to preview the tones, and also easier to install them directly on your iPhone. Check out this tutorial on how to download them without needing to sync with a computer and iTunes.
  14. 4 Ways To Type Fractions On a Mac (MacMost #1860)2019/02/26
    View in HD at . You can type fractions in text and word processing documents in a number of ways. The simplest is to use a slash character between numbers. This also works in cases where you want your Mac to perform calculations, like in Spotlight. But you can also format the fractions nicely using baseline shifts, special fraction characters, and the math equation editors in Pages and Word.
  15. Streaming Real Radio Stations In iTunes (MacMost #1859)2019/02/25
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  16. New Course: The Guide to iCloud (MacMost #1858)2019/02/22
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  17. How To Customize Your iPhone iCloud Backup (MacMost #1857)2019/02/21
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  18. Enhancing Your Favorites Bar With Emoji (MacMost #1856)2019/02/20
    View in HD at . The Favorties Bar in Safari can be a hard-to-read line of small text. But you can always add any Emoji character, just like you can with folder and file names. Finding the perfect emoji for a bookmark is sometimes easy and at other times challenging. The result is a colorful and easier-to-read Favorites Bar and Bookmarks menu.
  19. Masking Video In Keynote With a Donut (MacMost #1855)2019/02/19
    View in HD at . It is easy to put an image in a shape and mask the image using Keynote. But you cannot do the same with video. However, you can place a shape or image on top of a video. So by using the right shape, like the donut shape, editing it, and positioning it just right, you can put video in a circular mask.
  20. When Does the Mac Red Button Quit an App and When Does It Just Close a Window? (MacMost #1854)2019/02/18
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  21. 4 Ways To Type Superscript and Subscript On a Mac (MacMost #1853)2019/02/15
    View in HD at . If you need to raise characters above or lower them below the baseline, you can do it one of four ways. This is typically used in mathematical equations and chemical formulas. You can use the baseline adjustments in many apps, special superscript and subscript characters, commonly-recognized symbols, and the equation editor in Pages.
  22. Using and Customizing iPhone iCloud Backup (MacMost #1852)2019/02/14
    View in HD at . By default your iPhone will be backed up wirelessly to iCloud using iCloud Backup. Most iPhone users probably don't even know they have this turned on, but it will save them if they lose their iPhone. You can see how much space your iPhone backups are using and customize your backup. You can remove data from apps that you don't really need to be backed up.
  23. Mojave Screen Capture Options (MacMost #1851)2019/02/13
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  24. Using SVG Graphics In Pages and Keynote (MacMost #1850)2019/02/12
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  25. Creating Animation With Keynote Magic Move (MacMost #1849)2019/02/11
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  26. 4 Common Mistakes Mac Users Make When Trying To Search For Files (MacMost #1848)2019/02/08
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  27. How and When To Type En and Em Dashes On a Mac (MacMost #1847)2019/02/07
    View in HD at . Did you know that that there are three different types of dashes: the hyphen, en dash and em dash? Most people use the hyphen for everything, but the en and em dashes should be used in many cases instead of a hyphen. Learn how to type them and when to use them.
  28. Opening Microsoft Word Documents On a Mac (MacMost #1846)2019/02/06
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  29. Data Detectors and Look Up (MacMost #1845)2019/02/05
    View in HD at . You can create contacts, set up calendar events, and get intel on pieces of text in incoming email, web pages and other documents using Data Detectors and Look Up. This feature of macOS will figure out what information represents, such as a location or appointment time, or business name or person, and allow you to act on it.
  30. Using Two-Factor Without a Connection (MacMost #1844)2019/02/04
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  31. What To Do About Those Mojave App Is Not Optimized Messages (MacMost #1843)2019/02/01
    View in HD at . After updating to Mojave, many Mac users see a message saying that an app they are trying to use needs to be updated and won't work with future versions of macOS. By future versions, that means the next major update of macOS, probably coming in late 2019, not minor updates. Before then, you can update to a newer version of that app, or find an alternative app to use in its place.
  32. Mac Photos Editing Shortcuts (MacMost #1842)2019/01/31
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  33. The Most Powerful Keyboard Shortcut (MacMost #1841)2019/01/30
    View in HD at . The most powerful keyboard shortcut for your Mac is the Tab key. This single key helps you get around in windows, dialog boxes and even web pages. You can modify how it works in System Preferences and also in Safari's preferences. Once you master using the Tab key you can speed up your computer use by keeping your hands on your keyboard more and using your mouse or trackpad less.
  34. A Shortcut To Enclose Text In Quotes Using Automator (MacMost #1840)2019/01/29
    View in HD at . You can create a very short Automator action to take text as input, manipulate it, and replace the original text. In this example, we'll create a Javascript JXA action that encloses the text in quotes. You can use this in conjunction with a keyboard shortcut to quickly apply quotes in Pages and other apps.
  35. Avoiding Blurry Custom Icons In macOS Mojave (MacMost #1838)2019/01/25
    View in HD at . A common complaint from Mojave users is that when you copy and paste a file icon to create a custom icon for a file or folder, the result is blurry. It turns out that this only happens when the icon image is not square. Convert the image to a square one, or copy a square portion of the image, and the result is crisp and clear.
  36. Screen Share With Another Account On the Same Mac (MacMost #1837)2019/01/24
    View in HD at . You can share the screen of another Mac pretty easily. But it seems like it is impossible to do the same with another account on the same Mac. However, if you use Terminal to set up an ssh tunnel, you can share the screen of a second account using an alternate port number. This allows you to stay logged in to one account, while you use another account in a screen sharing window.
  37. View Movie Trailers Ad-Free From Apple (MacMost #1836)2019/01/23
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  38. How To Reformat An APFS Drive As Something Else (MacMost #1835)2019/01/22
    View in HD at . A common problem people have been reporting is the inability to reformat an APFS drive as something other than APFS. It appears in Disk Utility that you can only erase a disk and keep it as APFS. However, a simple switch in Disk Utility is preventing you from selecting the device rather than the volume. Once you select the volume, you can reformat however you like.
  39. Using Dictation Commands As an Alternative To Keyboard Shortcuts (MacMost #1834)2019/01/21
    View in HD at . You can use Dictation Commands to trigger a keyboard shortcut, menu item, or to even insert some text. You can do this while typing, or while dictating. You can set the spoken phrase to precede a dictation command to make sure the command only executes when you want it to.
  40. Technical Terms: GIF (MacMost #1833)2019/01/18
    View in HD at . GIF is an image file format that is commonly used to post images to the web, social media or messages. They are not ideal for photos, but are often used for graphics. Animated GIFs are commonly used to convey emotion on social media and messages. You can find free animated GIF images online and from tools right inside social media apps and messaging apps.
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